I post too Much on Here!!
- Mar 25, 2011
It isn't really necessary, but if it sells cameras, it will be offered. My issue with IS is that I have to half press the shutter and wait for IS to stabilize the first image. Subsequent images are fine since its already running. I wonder if IBIS has a similar 1-2 second delay.But... We were told numerous times after EOS R announcement that IBIS is not necessary?
Canon said that they had too many issues with IBIS to put it in the EOS R, but that it was being considered for a subsequent release. Teardowns of the R revealed that there is a space in the design of the for a IBIS sensor, so it is obviously in the future plans.